Mina talks to ESPN's Bill Barnwell about the Divisional Round- Do the Rams have the best defense in the league? Is Ravens-Bills the best match up? Are the Browns going to get clapped? What can Todd Bowles do to slow down the Saints offense? Plus, what the firing of Doug Pederson means for Philly and Mina reacts to the news of the Seahawks parting ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
Mina and Domonique Foxworth look ahead to Wild Card Weekend- what's the sexiest match up? Does Washington have a chance? Will the Titans beat the Ravens again? Plus, which characters from Cobra Kai are Mina and Domonique most like?
Mina and ESPN's Field Yates discuss Week 17's most pivotal games. Who's playing? Who's not playing? What does that mean? Mina and Field tackle all of those questions while navigating the chaos surrounding the leagues playoff scenarios.
Mina talks to ESPN's Marcel Louis-Jacques about Josh Allen's ascension this season, whether or not the Bills are the team that matches up best with the Chiefs, the future for the Jets if they have the 2nd pick in the draft, and the teams that have the best chance to emerge from the NFC playoff picture.
Mina talks to Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe about the wild Monday Night Football game between the Ravens and Browns, how the Steelers have fallen off the past two weeks, and the future for Jalen Hurts with the Eagles.
Mina and Steven Ruiz of USA Today look ahead to the Steelers-Bills game in Week 14, discuss why Philadelphia should start Jalen Hurts, reflect on the Seahawks' loss to the Giants, and rank the potential head coach openings around the league.
Mina talks with the NFL Network's Gregg Rosenthal about what's different with Tom Brady this year, the Washington Football Team's chances to win the NFC East, a possible Bevellution of the Lions offense down the stretch, and what to expect in the Rams-Cardinals game. Plus, a mailbag, Who Caught Your Eye, and Dinks and Dunks.
Mina and Robert Mays of The Athletic discuss the Rams win on Monday Night Football, if Taysom Hill can keep it up with the Saints, whether or not the Raiders are legitimate contenders, and look ahead to Titans-Colts. Plus, Who Caught Your Eye and Dinks and Dunks.
Mina talks to Domonique Foxworth about Justin Herbert's haircut, the Saints' chances with Jameis, what's wrong with the Ravens, and which team will win the AFC East. Plus, Mike Golic, Jr. joins for a mega mailbag and some soul crushing poll questions.
Mina talks to ESPN's Seth Walder about what's wrong with the Bucs offense, which team matches up the best against the Chiefs, and whether or not the Seahawks defense can be fixed. Plus, they look ahead to Bills-Cardinals, play Who Caught Your Eye, and discuss who would be on an All-Star team comprised of players from the NFC East.
Mina and Dave Dameshek discuss the NFL trade deadline, whether or not the Steelers are the team best equipped to beat the Chiefs, and if they are Fins up or Fins down on the Dolphins. Plus, they discuss jersey numbers in Who Caught Your Eye and look ahead to Seahawks-Bills.
Mina and Arif Hasan of The Athletic look ahead to Steelers-Ravens and Patriots-Bills, discuss the Browns' offensive line, Kyle Shanahan scheming players open, and whether or not the Bucs are the best team in the NFL
Mina talks to Sam Monson and Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus about the weaknesses of the top 10 teams in the league (according to 538's expected playoff percentage)- Chiefs, Steelers, Titans, Seahawks, Ravens, Bears, Packers, Bucs, Bills, and Saints.
Mina and Charles McDonald of the New York Daily News look ahead to Browns-Steelers, discuss the next steps for the Falcons, and say something positive about the Giants and Jets.
Mina and Patrick Claybon of the NFL Network discuss Washington turning to Kyle Allen, Bill O'Brien's firing in Houston, the start of Joe Burrow's career, and which team is the best in the NFC East. Plus, the second installment of Who Caught Your Eye.
Mina and Field Yates discuss the Ravens-Chiefs game, the Bears turning to Nick Foles, whether or not we anointed Kyler Murray too early, who the best team in the NFC is, and which NFL players would be the best at capture the flag. Plus, a new, innovative, ground-breaking segment.
Mina talks to Danny Kelly of The Ringer about the Monday Night match up between the Ravens and Chiefs, the rash of injuries across the league, early MVP candidates, why scoring is up, and the teams that look like they'll have the best chance at drafting Trevor Lawrence.
Mina and Steven Ruiz of USA Today react to the Week 1 action and look ahead to the top games of Week 2 including Patriots-Seahawks, Falcons-Cowboys, Rams-Eagles, and Broncos-Steelers.
Mina and Domonique Foxworth look ahead to the best games in Week 1 including Texans-Chiefs, Packers-Vikings, Bucs-Saints, and Titans-Broncos.
Mina talks to former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz about Alvin Kamara looking for a long term deal, the ramifications of Derwin James' injury, the QB competition in Chicago, and the Jaguars' rebuilding plan.
Mina and Kevin Clark of The Ringer weigh in on Budda Baker's extension and Earl Thomas' release before digging through a mega-mailbag.
Mina asks Gregg Rosenthal of the NFL Network to assess how big of a deal a slew of recent headlines actually are- including Tom Brady's arm strength, a QB competition in Washington, and a veteran pass rusher holding in.
Mina and Bill Barnwell discuss possible improvement and regression candidates and then make predictions for all of the biggest awards.
The 2nd Annual Mina Kimes Show Draft. Mina and Mike Golic, Jr. draft all 32 NFL teams and the revised scoring system below will dictate the winner.
1 point for each win.
5 points for making the playoffs.
5 points for making the divisional round.
10 points for making the conference championship game.
10 points for making the Super Bowl.
5 points for winning the Super Bowl.
Mina and Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders discuss the growing list of players opting out of the 2020 season, the Seahawks trading for Jamal Adams, and preview the season outlook for the Steelers, Ravens, Browns, and Bengals.